A traditional deep amber coloured bitter brewed with Nelson Sauvin hop from New Zealand. The aroma is fruity and hoppy and on the palate; there is a slightly sweet maltiness that balances an easy going bitterness that is followed by hints of gooseberry, elderflower and grape in the finish.
Brewed using only Maris Otter pale malt for a light golden ale with biscuity malt flavours. Mount Hood and First Gold hops give a distinctive citrus character along with a long dry bitter finish.
An award-winning light ale brewed with three malts and three hops. Generous late hopping provides Seville orange aromas and the initial malt sweetness is dominated by citrus flavours which explode on the palate. Brewed with plenty of malt to provide decent body, so it has some backbone for a low ABV beer. There's also a pronounced bitterness throughout.
Lightly hopped with stunning Eastern European Sybilla and Celia hops. With fresh citrus notes, light pine and floral flavours it will give your palate the perfect summer ale.
Cocky by name, cocky by nature. But then if you'd made the best tasting IPA this side of Cerne Abbas, you'd shout about it too. Cocky struts its stuff, confident that the light, hoppy flavour will grab drinkers by their ... taste buds.
Warming, smooth and invigorating dark ale for the winter months. There aren't any hops to speak of, really.
Full bodied and full flavoured, Hophead is our mothership. Hoppy and golden with a distinct floral aroma and mighty elderflower hit from the Cascade hops. A stellar session beer.
A full bodied robust stout with a hints of liquorice and a good bitter finish.
Very pale with delicious (and outrageously expensive!) US Amarillo hops, which are earthily aromatic and the beer, highly drinkable. Yakima Valley is the area of Washington State in which the hops are grown.